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What's got more pop than a fireworks display? The July issue of S.W.A.T. does, because it delivers the boom with reviews of Mossberg's 14" Shockwave 12 gauge, the new .338 Lapua Savage 110 FCP, and SIG's TACOPS 1911 in .357SIG.

Also inside are reviews of Raven's Balor red dot slide mount for Glock pistols, the Slim-Tuk holster from DeSantis, and Gerber's MP1-AR Weapons Multi-Tool. Round it off with Eugene Nielsen's tips on putting together a viable EDC med kit and a reprint of Pat Rogers' classic article on effective self-training, and you've got a bangin' good magazine for your summer reading.

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Summer's here and the June issue of S.W.A.T. is packed with hot gun and gear reviews: Editor Denny Hansen puts S&W's new M&P M2.0 to the test with dozens of different types of ammo. Also tested: The IWI US Galil Ace and Defense Technology's 40mm Tactical 4-shot grenade launcher.

Other topics for summertime education include long-term food storage, an article on hostage survival skills, a retrospective on the Swedish K submachine gun, and a look at the effects of six thousand rounds worth of grime on rifle accuracy. Don't miss out!

June 2017 PRINT edition

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June 2017 PDF edition

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The May issue of S.W.A.T. features gear evaluations for every budget, from the high-end Wilson Combat AR9G pistol-caliber carbine to an honest real-world faceoff of bargain blaster handguns in the $300 bracket.

Also reviewed are Walker's Razor XV retractable digital earbuds, as well as holsters from Off The Grid Concepts, and SureFire's M300 Mini Scout Light. See what's inside for you!

May 2017 PRINT edition

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May 2017 PDF edition

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Right here in the April issue of S.W.A.T. we feature an up close look at the FBI's new issue pistol, the Glock 19M. You'll also find a review of the Arsenal SAM7R-65 AK/Dead Air Armament PBS-1 suppressor combo and CMMG's MkW Anvil .458 SOCOM big-bore AR-pattern rifle.

Also inside: Dick Williams attends a 21st Century carbine/pistol class at Gunsite with a .41 Magnum wheelgun paired with a levergun in the same chambering, EOTech's new .300BLK-specific XPS2-300 gets an evaluation, and Pat Rogers' invaluable article on avoiding carbine malfunctions gets a much-needed reprint.

April 2017 PRINT edition

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April 2017 PDF edition

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The March issue of S.W.A.T. roars in with a review of Ruger's American Ranch Rifle in the thumpin' .450 Bushmaster chambering. You also get our honest, hands-on looks at Cry Havoc's QRB switch-barrel AR, the vintage Beretta 71 pistol, and Browning's new line of house-brand ammunition.

Additionally, you'll find an article on reloading the .223 for affordable training, reviews of Ken Hackathorn's Firearms Instructor's Course and Dark Angel Medical's Direct Action Response Training class, and much, much more. Add this issue to your reference library for sure!

March 2017 PRINT edition

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March 2017 PDF edition

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February's issue of S.W.A.T. features a review of the ultra-premium Cabot Arms Vintage Classic Commander as well as a multi-rifle roundup of various off-the-shelf interpretations of the Scout Rifle concept. Other firearms reviewed include a quartet of new handgun offerings from Ruger and Bravo Company's Recce-9 KMR-A pistol.

There are also articles on applying tracking skills in the urban environment, the downsides of the "workspace" pistol reload, and the second part of Pat Rogers' classic article on malfunction reduction in the AR family of weapons. Don't miss out on this sweetheart of an issue!

February 2017 PRINT edition

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February 2017 PDF edition

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Start the new year off right with detailed reviews of the PAP M80-a 5.56 AK that eats from AR mags-and the SRM Arms 1216 17-shot semiauto 12 gauge. Other tests include the ESEE Knives CM6 and the Ready Ship Target from Renaissance Steel Research.

Also featured: Tips to run a double action revolver like a pro, a guide to the myths and realities of suppressors, and a classic article from Pat Rogers on malfunction reduction. You can't miss with the January issue of SWAT!

January 2017 PRINT edition

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January 2017 PDF edition

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